COVA & CSLE Response

Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PrOW6RQdnlE

Google Drive: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1rXeqgYIfOOAzrPtKzirg_6dptPtHKujB/view?usp=sharing

Participants:

Briana Rodriguez

Jarret Lindsey

Lindsey Wallace

Wayne Wilson


Working in the education world as a non-educator I have been exposed to many learning philosophies and methodologies. Working in Apple higher education has given me the opportunity to interact with many great educators who contribute guidance to Apple on how best to use Apple products for learning. My innovation plan is not completely unique, but in some themes borrows from some of the messages that Apple has crafted with the help of great educators.

I first realized that I had choice ownership and voice when Dr. Tibideu provided me with requirements for receiving credit towards the first 2 courses of the DLL (now ADL) program. I had expected that I would have to create an authentic presentation of my experiences in some way. I was not frightened by the process, but having to come up with content in your own voice can be uncomfortable.

My learning philosophy has changed in the fact that it is the same but is better defined by COVA + CSLE. Like Sam Suresh, I believe learners can own their own learning and I can help with the tools and the theory behind the learning environment that Apple product provide. As I have learned in my profession, the device is a tool for helping to create the significant learning environment where COVA can me implemented.

I feel I have always had a learners mindset. I try to foster that with my colleagues and customers. Many learners just want to take a test to show competence and in some cases this is required, but for authentic learning to occur there needs to be meaning and a deeper involvement.

I am proud to work for a company that recognizes the benefits of COVA & CSLE. We understand that the student should be at the center of learning. I would like to continue to influence higher education to move in this direction and embrace this approach.


References

Suresh, S. (2019, May 12). OWN YOUR LEARNING (ft. iPad 9Pro Note Taking – GoodNotes) . Retrieved from https://youtu.be/br0jghA4JEw

Harapnuik , D. (2017, October 31). 4 keys to CSLE+COVA. YouTube. Retrieved October 19, 2021, from https://youtu.be/9fQTesktinM.  

Harapnuik, D. (2015, May 8). Creating significant learning environments (CSLE). YouTube. Retrieved October 19, 2021, from https://youtu.be/eZ-c7rz7eT4.  

Harapnuik, D. (2015, May 8). Creating significant learning environments (CSLE). YouTube. Retrieved October 19, 2021, from https://youtu.be/eZ-c7rz7eT4.  

Harapnuik, D. (2017, October 31). CSLE+COVA explainedDwayne Harapnuik. YouTube. Retrieved October 19, 2021, from https://youtu.be/lby4-CQhIvI.  

Harapnuik, D. (2018, February 13). Cova approach. YouTube. Retrieved October 19, 2021, from https://youtu.be/-Ft__0LE3qQ.  

Harapnuik, D. (2020, December 24). Assessment as learning. YouTube. Retrieved October 19, 2021, from https://youtu.be/WLmxREQLizk.  

Harapnuik, D. (2020, May 24). Who controls learning LM stories EP05. YouTube. Retrieved October 19, 2021, from https://youtu.be/qyAaMF0IMuI.  

Harapnuik, D. (2021, January 8). What to expect from ADL. YouTube. Retrieved October 19, 2021, from https://youtu.be/g2tkEhaICy4.  

Harapnuik, D. (2021, September 19). EDLD 5318 deeper learning. YouTube. Retrieved October 19, 2021, from https://youtu.be/pYl_Ihns2P4.  

Harapnuik, D., & Thibodeaux, T. (2018, June 19). Outcome-based education vs competency-based education. YouTube. Retrieved October 19, 2021, from https://youtu.be/ctEqxCr7ZUg

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